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Sixties pop stars the Turtles still happy together (The Monterey County Herald)
Where were you when The Turtles' "Happy Together" was a number-one hit on AM radio in 1967?
Music Review: The Doobie Brothers - The Very Best of The Doobie Brothers (B...
I remembered something Keith Richards said about the late George Harrison when Saleski and I discussed underrated and overlooked guitarists on the BCRadio Podcast.. Richards said, ?The thing is, you've got your Jimi Hendrix, you've got your Eric Clapton, and then you've got guys who can play with bands.? Richards was not being uncomplimentary of Clapton or Hendrix. He was pointing out ...
SHARON: Actress charged in domestic violence case (Republican-American)
LITCHFIELD -- The star of a cable television show who previously accused a former boyfriend of stalking her was arrested Sunday in a domestic violence incident in Sharon involving another man, state police said.
Actress finds legal trouble of her own (Torrington Register Citizen)
By TRACY KENNEDY Register Citizen Staff BANTAM - Turner Network Television's "Witchblade" star Yancy Butler, who last week accused an ex-boyfriend of stalking her, was ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous on Tuesday in Bantam Superior Court after state police arrested her Sunday on a disorderly conduct charge.
Spoonful of '60s on WMHT (Albany Times Union)
By GREG HAYMES , Staff writer Click byline for more stories by writer. First published: Saturday, February 10, 2007
Hometown Idols compete at Hurley Middle School (Seekonk Star)
What's the difference between the televised American Idol and the Kevin M. Hurley Middle School version of the same name? All of the middle schoolers who auditioned on the first day of round one could actually sing.
Photographer talks about rock, life (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
When the clerk at the Morrison Hotel in Los Angles told Diltz and the rock band, The Doors, they could not do a photo shoot there, Diltz told singer Jim Morrison (no relation) and his bandmates to sneak in the lobby when the clerk left the front desk. The resulting photo became the cover for the Doors' "Morrison Hotel" album.
Music stars fill the spectrum at rodeo (San Antonio Express-News)
It's all here musically, from country to alt metal
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